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Religious School Teachers – Beth Shalom Congregation (Columbia, MD)

Religious School Teachers
Beth Shalom Congregation (Columbia, MD) has open positions for Tefilah-Hebrew, and Judaics teachers at preschool, elementary, and middle school age levels. We offer Sunday morning (9:00 am -12:00 noon) and online Wednesday afternoon classes (4:30-6:30 pm).
In our religious school, we have a progressive, ever evolving project of engaging and thoughtful Judaic and Hebrew programs for students and their families that provide a strong foundation for our children’s lasting Jewish identities.
We are searching for dynamic, enthusiastic, caring and knowledgeable teachers who can help us meet our educational goals. Our teachers are encouraged and offered support to explore and implement a variety of teaching methods, including, but not limited to, project based learning, social-emotional processes, and experiential learning methods.
Teachers are expected to be:
• Open-minded and creative;
• Passionate about non-traditional Judaism and the potential for synagogue-school education;
• Comfortable using technology and innovative ways of educating children;
• Capable of inspiring curiosity and interest in Judaics and Tefilah-Hebrew among our students and families;
• Collaborative partners and reliable communicators with parents, faculty colleagues, and Education Director

At Beth Shalom we pride ourselves on being a warm congregation that cares for our members as part of an extended family. We encourage involvement and participation and provide our members with a well-rounded and diverse program of activities that touch every area of Jewish Life: Worship, Education and Community.

For more information and to apply please email resume and cover letter to:
Dr. Louis Nagel at or call 410-531-5115 X322
University of Maryland graduate class of 1978 (BS – Early Childhood Education) and 2009 (PhD – Educational Administration)

Posted by Beth Shalom Congregation (Columbia, MD) on May 8, 2023

Assistant to the Head of School

The Alef Bet Montessori School is looking to hire a caring, dedicated individual who enjoys working in an environment with young children to join our administrative team.

About the School:
We are a Jewish Montessori School that has been around since 2005 and is located in North Bethesda, MD.
We serve children ages 18 months through 6th grade and educate them using the Montessori method combined with our Jewish religion.
We prefer to promote from within so this is an excellent opportunity for anyone considering a career in the educational Montessori.
The position is full-time, Monday through Friday.
This position is a great opportunity for a recent graduate as an entry-level position that allows a tremendous opportunity to grow.

About the Position:
The ideal candidate must be an outstanding communicator and deep listener who appreciates and understands diverse perspectives, values intellectual exchange and respectful disagreement, embraces Montessori principles, and has a deep understanding of Jewish education and Jewish life.

Meet routinely with the Head of School, Administrative team, and teachers
Represent the Head of School at relevant gatherings, including performances and fundraising events scheduled outside of normal school hours.
Help plan events for the school when needed.
Work with the Licensing authorities, and submit applications and paperwork when needed.
Attend professional conferences to expand knowledge of Montessori education.
Plan school professional development in collaboration with faculty;
Find prospective families through online and print marketing
Conduct school tours and interviews with prospective families
Facilitate communication between teachers and parents
Collect, organize, and maintain records of students and staff
Help plan and execute fundraising events and assist with supporting email/mailing communications
Manage blog content & social media posts on Facebook & Instagram
Oversee the enrollment process at the Alef Bet Montessori School
Record and communicate program policies with staff and parents
Create registration forms and organize spreadsheets with student registration information

BA or BS in any area
Have a genuine desire to make a difference in a child’s life every day.
Have the ability to build positive relationships with families and co-workers.
Highly organized and able to prioritize and manage multiple projects at once. Wear many hats.
Have well-developed collaboration skills
Possess a kind and caring disposition and the stamina and resilience to work in a small, yet homey fast-paced, demanding environment
Demonstrate a willingness to embrace complexity, as well as flexibility and joyfulness
Physically able to lift a minimum of 40 pounds and to sit on the floor with the students, as well as be able to engage, see and hear the students to ensure their safety both in the classroom and on the playground.
If hired, must complete a medical exam and Criminal Background Check prior to the first day of employment.
During employment, must earn and maintain certifications as required by the Maryland State Department of Education (90 hours of training).
Fluent in English reading, speaking, and writing. Hebrew knowledge is a plus
Comfortable working with technology, different software such as Canva, FACTs, Transparent Classroom.
Proficient in MS Office, Google Suites, social media, website editing, and CRMs.
NOTE This position requires knowledge and experience of Jewish laws, Halacha, and practice.

Salary: $50,000 – $60,000 per year. This is a perfect opportunity for a recent graduate to grow into the Admin team of the school. Opening position that hold good opportunities.

Dental, Health, & Vision Insurance
Professional Development
Retirement Plan
Paid Time Off
All Jewish Holidays Off
Winter & Spring Break Off

Posted by Alef Bet Montessori School on May 3, 2023

Assistant Teacher

The Alef Bet Montessori School is looking to hire a caring, dedicated individual who enjoys working in an environment with young children to join our teaching team.

About the School:
We are a Jewish Montessori School that has been around since 2005 and is located in North Bethesda, MD. We serve children ages 18 months through 6th grade and educate them using the Montessori method combined with our Jewish religion. We prefer to promote from within so this is an excellent opportunity for anyone considering a career in the educational Montessori. The position is full-time, Monday through Friday. This position is a great opportunity for a recent graduate as an entry-level position that allows a tremendous opportunity to grow.

About the Position:
A small and friendly school in North Bethesda, MD is looking to hire a professional in education to support our team. Professionals in early childhood education, psychology, art, or music are encouraged to apply to join our warm and wonderful team and community of families to work with young children.
This position is perfect for new graduates and offers an incredible opportunity in the educational world as we fully sponsor training for future teachers. Early Education professional training and more will be available to the successful candidate.
A successful candidate for this position is a friendly, responsible, and child-loving person who holds a BA degree and is willing to learn about Montessori education. We are looking for a candidate who has creative talent in one of the following areas: music, art, sport, yoga, cooking, organizational skills, or writing skills. The candidate is required to have knowledge of Jewish life, songs, culture, and Jewish religion. Experience working in a daycare is a plus.

Salary: $42,000.00 – $48,000.00 per year

Dental, Health, & Vision Insurance
Professional Development
Retirement Plan
Paid Time Off
All Jewish Holidays Off
Winter & Spring Break Off

Posted by Alef Bet Montessori School on May 3, 2023

Religious School teacher at Ohr Kodesh

Our K-7 religious school meets Sundays 9:00AM-12:00PM and Wednesdays 4:15PM-6:15PM. At this time, we are primarily looking for a middle school instructor for Sunday mornings. Rates begin at $36/hour and are commensurate with experience. Training and support are available to candidates of all experience levels.

We encourage students to delve deeply into important topics, to become critical thinkers and active participants within their own Jewish journeys. Hebrew instruction and regular tefillah give students the tools to lead services and gain competency in text study and prayer.

Ohr Kodesh is a Conservative synagogue, just outside of Washington DC in Chevy Chase MD, facing East/West Hwy. Local bus service provides direct access to the Silver Spring, Friendship Heights, Bethesda, and Wheaton Metro stations.

Interested? Send a resume and cover letter to Wilhelmina Gottschalk, Religious School Director,
We are always looking to deepen our bench of subs as well! If you are looking for occasional teaching, fill out our substitute interest form at

Posted by Ohr Kodesh Congregation on April 28, 2023

GatherDC Jewish Education Intern

GatherDC is looking for an Education Intern to support our organization this summer! We are looking for a personable, enthusiastic individual who is passionate about meeting new people, and is excited to develop their professional skill set while exploring different ways to connect with a relevant, active, and meaningful Jewish identity.

TITLE: GatherDC Education Intern
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Rolling, with priority given prior to May 9 @ 11:59PM PDT


TIME-FRAME: June 2023–August 2023 (10-week internship)

LOCATION: Washington, DC (hybrid)
Frequently cited statistics show that historical biases in hiring lead to less applications from women and underrepresented groups unless they have 100% of the qualifications. GatherDC is committed to removing bias in hiring; as such, we encourage you to break that statistic and apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications! We look forward to your application.


GatherDC is a Jewish nonprofit organization that serves as the one-stop-shop for everything 20s and 30s need to live their best Jewish life in the DMV. Whether young Jewish adults come to Gather looking for Jewish events, friends, synagogues, housing, jobs, rabbis, kosher food, or anything in between—we connect them to everything they need to find their people and place in Jewish DMV. Our work strengthens the fabric of Jewish life throughout the DMV, contributing to a thriving Jewish ecosystem and helping to create one of the most dynamic and inclusive cities for millennial and Gen Z Jewish life.

The GatherDC Education Intern will report directly to GatherDC’s Community Rabbi and will support GatherDC’s IRL and online educational experiences this summer. As a member of our Engagement Team, you will immerse yourself in Gather’s relational engagement methodology and educational vision and work closely with GatherDC’s Community Rabbi bringing several signature immersive GatherDC experiences to life, deepen existing and novel educational offerings through curriculum co-creating and workshopping, and bringing your perspective and unique voice to Gather’s educational offerings and vision as we continue articulating what it means to host, create, and expand relevant, active, and meaningful Jewish experiences.

Support the GatherDC Community Rabbi and Engagement Team in executing several signature GatherDC immersive experiences, including the Beyond the Tent retreat in June and preparing for GatherDC’s High Holiday offerings this fall.
Assist in developing new content and co-creating/deepening curricula for Gather High Holidays including our signature Alternative Yom Kippur and High Holiday Deep Dives (with opportunity to facilitate pending autumn availability and experience).
Aggregate and analyze post-experience participant feedback and implement transformations for future educational Gather experiences.
Work with the communications team to explore and support regular education-focused online content.
Assist with research, codification, and ongoing implementation of Gather’s Relevant, Active, and Meaningful (RAM) education methodology in partnership with GatherDC Community Rabbi.
Update blog content and write blog posts about your internship experience.
Other duties as assigned by the GatherDC Community Rabbi.
Note: This is not a rabbinical internship! We are seeking candidates who are interested in a career in Jewish education, Jewish non-profits, and/or spiritually-oriented work, and encourage candidates who are just starting to explore a potential career path in these areas to apply.

Gather is committed to providing a meaningful and educational internship experience. While the above are considered the essential functions of this role, we are excited to work with our intern to ensure this is a professionally enriching internship experience.

You are passionate about the value-add of a relevant, active, and meaningful Judaism, and are excited to get creative and push the boundaries of what that can look like.
You feel comfortable and excited about working with Jewish texts and ideas around holidays, culture, and the diversity of Jewish life and identity.
You are detail-oriented and enjoy research and writing.
You are a collaborative team-player who is excited to work on projects as a team.
You are excited to explore the DMV Jewish community and discover everything that makes it great!

$18/hour on a hybrid work schedule (10–4pm, M/W virtual, Tu/Th IRL, Fridays off).
Summer break—Gather closes up shop the week of July 4th.
The opportunity to shadow and train with experienced pluralistic rabbi and other experienced nonprofit professionals at a variety of career stages.
Practical, on-the-ground experience with Jewish community engagement, curriculum development, experience planning and organizing, writing, nonprofit communications, and more.

So you’ve made it to the bottom. Ready to apply!?

Please submit your resume and cover letter and we will reach out shortly. Contact with any questions or if you need any specific accommodations during the hiring process.

Note: In accordance with Gather’s duty to provide and maintain a workplace that is free of known and preventable hazards, all employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and maintain updated booster shots per official CDC guidance. Barring reasonable accommodations for documented medical exemptions, proof of vaccination is a condition for employment.

We deeply value the diversity of insight, perspective, and experience brought by people from backgrounds typically underrepresented in Jewish organizations. This includes Black, Latinx, and Asian people, Black Jews, Jews of Color, Sephardi and Mizrachi Jews, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, gender non-conforming people, and people with disabilities. We also welcome applications from people of diverse religious, spiritual, and cultural backgrounds.

Posted by GatherDC on April 27, 2023

Music Specialist

Shaare Tefila, a warm & welcoming Conservative synagogue located in Olney, MD is hiring a music specialist! The ideal candidate will have experience as a song leader at camp and/or in synagogue settings. They will be able to engage students of all ages in Jewish learning through music.
Responsibilities include:
Working in coordination with the Director of Education & Programming, create a path for the children of Shaare Tefila to connect spritually to Judaism through music.
Leading music for all school worship services & teach Sunday music classes, infusing the learning experience with ruach.
Possible additional opportunities include Youth High Holy Day Programming and occasional Shabbat Services, which would be compensated accordingly.
You Should Know:
Our program will meet in our building in person this fall, on Sundays, 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Shaare Tefila welcomes & values individuals of diverse backgrounds. 
Salary based on experience & training. For more information and/or to apply, contact Babette Cohn, Director of Education & Programming at

Posted by Shaare Tefila Congregation on April 11, 2023

Song Leader

Kehila Chadasha is an inclusive, independent, cooperative community in Montgomery County, Maryland. We run a progressive, experiential Jewish Education program that meets on Sunday mornings, serving tots to teens!

We are seeking a dynamic song leader who loves kids, is adept with several types of Jewish music, supports progressive Judaism, loves teaching, and is able to effectively connect with a large group of mixed ages – from preschoolers to octogenarians.

— Salary range is $15-$20K
— Responsibilities are:
– Leading 45-minute musical assemblies on approximately 25 Sunday mornings
– Providing a musical component to classroom instruction
– Providing musical leadership for approximately 6-8 holiday and community events throughout the year (Sukkot, Hanukkah, etc.)
— All events will occur between September 2023 and May 2024
— Responsibilities do not include High Holidays; any services provided at these events would be subject to separate agreements and separate compensation

We welcome applicants from all gender identities, ages, races, Jewish backgrounds and personal religious practices (from secular to Orthodox and anything in between). Submit resume and cover letter to:

Posted by Kehila Chadasha congregation on April 8, 2023

Regional Ambassador (based in Baltimore)

About OneTable: OneTable is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit that empowers people to find, share, and enjoy Shabbat dinners through our gathering platform, changing their Friday nights into something transformational. Our core values inform everything we do: joy, elevation, and welcoming.

We’re constantly growing. So far, we’ve been able to support the Shabbat practice for over 185,000 unique participants in more than 500 U.S. cities. OneTable is on track to surpass 250,000 unique participants by the end of 2023.

The Regional Ambassador is a full-time position, based in Baltimore, Maryland. Supervised by the DMV Field Manager, you will be responsible for growing the OneTable community in Baltimore and Northern Virginia, and supporting the DMV field manager’s work across the geographic region. You will spend your time building relationships, getting to know the regional community, welcoming your own community to OneTable, and exploring your own Shabbat practice, while supporting the organization across departments and hosting Shabbat events. As with all OneTable roles, this position is iterative and will evolve over time with input across teams.

Overall Focus Areas include:
● Acquisition of new hosts and guests
● Deepening user experience and relationships
● Hosting Shabbat events
● Connecting participants to other community members and organizations as appropriate – navigating responsibilities of a community concierge
● Stewarding new partnership and sponsorship opportunities in the area
● Understanding the needs of participants across the region

Specific responsibilities include:

Direct Support for Friday Night Dinner Hosts and Guests (Customer Service/User Experience):
● Support hosts throughout the region with check-in conversations, answering common questions, suggesting useful resources, etc.
● Welcome new community members as they apply to host with OneTable via video call, email, and/or in-person meetings (vetting, welcoming, providing ongoing one-on-one support)
● Acting as a “Shabbat Consultant”, helping users craft their own personal, meaningful, lifelong Shabbat practices
● Working closely with your supervisor to support strategic growth in the region

Administrative / Internal:
● Tracking participants’ engagement and running reports in our Salesforce CRM (you will be trained in Salesforce)
● Dinner management, reviewing and approving dinner descriptions
● Tracking and understanding trends in dinner themes and user conversations

Key Attributes/Skill Set:
● You love to be the host and meet new people. You can build welcoming spaces and create beautiful tablescapes. You are willing to work some evenings (Fridays, of course) and weekend hours. You are the go-to person for all our local events and partnerships, and serve as the educator, trainer, ambassador and cheerleader for all local hosts and partners.
● You prefer to be away from your desk/computer screen and out in the community. You should be out at events, in coffee shops meeting people and introducing them to Shabbat! (Locally and sometimes regionally).
● You love to use data to figure out what is missing and how to make things better and better, good is never really good enough.
● You are a dynamic team player expected to prototype ideas, iterate quickly, and cover for fellow Field team members, ensuring there is never a boring day!
● You are comfortable working independently in Baltimore while simultaneously recognizing that you are part of a national organization with an infrastructure in place to support and guide your work.
● You are strongly connected to the OneTable brand and mission. You understand our goals, voice, and mission and can imbue that into your 1:1 connections, larger events and partnership strategy.

Benefits Package:
The salary is $48,000 annually plus the following benefits:
● Health insurance — medical, dental, and vision insurance currently through Aetna; OneTable pays 85% of the healthcare premium for each employee and 50% for dependents.
● Pre-tax commuter benefits, a flexible or health spending account (FSA or HSA), short and long-term disability, and life insurance.
● Time off:
○ Paid time off (PTO) for personal, sick days, and vacation.
○ The office is closed for all major Jewish holidays, as well as most federal holidays.
○ OneTable offices are also closed during the July 4th week and December 25 -January 1.
○ As an organization rooted in the mission of spreading Shabbat, we know the importance of having time on Fridays to start winding down and
preparing for our favorite weekly holiday. The OneTable offices close at 4:00 pm (local time) every Friday and at 12:00 pm on the first Friday of each
● Optional and discounted identity theft protection, legal assistance program, pet insurance, travel insurance, critical illness, accident, hospital indemnity insurance, and more.
● This position is an exempt salaried position, which is not eligible for overtime.
● Access to a robust Jewish communal network by being a partner of The Associated. Access to The Associated community of practice network and the Na’aleh hub for leadership learning

Location: Based in Baltimore, Maryland. Full-time employees may choose to work from an office space (provided by OneTable & The Associated) or fully remote.
To Apply:
Fill out our online application:
Questions? Email

Application Process:
● Review of applications will begin immediately and continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
● Submission of Resume and Cover Letter outlining your interest in OneTable and how your qualifications match the job description
● Applicants that move forward to the first round screening will speak with the Regional Field Manager.
● Applicants that move forward will interview with additional Field Team Leadership.

Note: OneTable seeks to increase equity in its hiring and therefore to mitigate the inside edge sometimes given to those who have relationships with “field insiders,” OneTable does not accept informal recommendations from individuals with personal connections to our staff or Board members and cannot factor such referrals into selection of candidates for interviews.

Equal Opportunity Employer:
We deeply value the diversity of insight, perspective, and experience brought by people from backgrounds typically underrepresented in Jewish institutions. This includes Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and Asian people, Black Jews, Jews of Color, Sephardi and Mizrachi Jews, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and gender non-conforming people, and people with disabilities. We also welcome applications from people of diverse religious, spiritual, and cultural backgrounds. The organization provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, citizenship or immigration status, creed, genetic predisposition or carrier status, national origin, disability condition, marital status, status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran, or any other protected characteristic as established by law. In addition, the organization affirmatively seeks to advance the principles of equal employment opportunity as it applies to all policies and procedures relating to recruitment and hiring, compensation, benefits, termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.

Posted by OneTable on April 3, 2023

Come work as a Camp Counselor at Camp Mosh!

Looking for a summer job? Come work at Camp Mosh! Habonim Dror Camp Moshava is a progressive Jewish summer camp in Northern Maryland. We provide an an alternative Jewish community that focuses on connecting campers and staff to their Jewish identities through social justice education, collective living and learning, and youth empowerment. At Mosh, you’ll find a supportive community, lifelong friends, and the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children as a counselor. Lead alternative education that allows campers to express themselves creatively and explore ideas about social justice, socialism, and Judaism.
We have opportunities for those who wish to work directly with kids as bunk counselors, or who wish to do otherwise, such as specialists (like sports specialist, arts specialists, Jewish learning, or outdoors/hiking specialist), and we also have spots in our kitchen to help cook for camp.

Summer Dates:
Construction (Training for Staff): June 11-24
First Day of Camp: June 25
First Session: June 25-July 21
Intersession: July 21-24
Second Session: July 24-August 13
Deconstruction (Concluding Camp as a Staff) August 13-16

Contact Info:
Reach out to me, Jenny Sherman, student at UMD and member of the leadership team at Mosh. Call, text, email, or DM me on Instagram! Don’t hesitate to reach out with questions!

Phone: 301-302-5474
Instagram: @thatswhat.Jenny.said

Posted by Habonim Dror Camp Moshava on March 31, 2023

Lessans Camp JCC Summer Staff

About the Bender JCC:

The Bender Jewish Community Center in Rockville, Maryland is a premier community center at the heart of Jewish life in Montgomery County, operating a full scale health and fitness center, pre-school, day camp and variety of education and arts programs.

We create a welcoming and inclusive environment, connecting the people of our Jewish community with each other, Israel, and the broader community. We inspire individuals of all ages and backgrounds to enhance their social, physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being through programs of excellence rooted in Jewish values.

Lessans Camp JCC at the Bender Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington is hiring for the following positions:

• Inclusion Counselor
• Kochavim Counselor
• Junior Counselor
• Senior Counselor
• Unit Head
• Swim Instructor
• Specialist (Art, Dance, Drama, Music, Rock Wall, Sports, STEM)
• Camp Photographer
• Nurse
• Health Room Administrator

The Counselors are responsible for implementing the day-to-day camp programs while actively supervising campers ages 4 and up. The Specialists run the specialized programs that are part of the Camp experience.

Why this role matters:

Lessans Camp JCC is one of our core programs, and our seasonal camp staff play a major role in fostering a safe, engaging, and fun environment for campers. This is an exciting opportunity to work directly with our community and have a significant impact on the experience of our Lessans Camp JCC participants.

Core Responsibilities may include:

• Engage and supervise the campers in programs and activities while under the position’s care.
• Demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of campers served, interact appropriately with campers in a variety of situations, and appropriately model behavior and use positive behavior-management techniques – enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-control.
• Lead activities for campers ages 4 and up.
• Build curriculum with the Program Director for each camp session.
• Integrate Informal Jewish Education into programs and activities.
• Bring an enthusiasm for each program area to the camp community.
• Be creative, positive, enthusiastic and flexible.
• Take part in the daily clean-up of the program area, including putting all toys and equipment away.
• Supervise in the pool with campers, assisting swim staff with their requests and needs, working hands-on with campers in the pool.
• Effectively communicate with supervisor, staff and campers.
• Comply with and participate in the County, State and American Camp Association requirements.
• Recognize, respond and report to Unit Head or Head Counselor any environmental and/or other hazards related to the activity or the program.
• Attend all required orientation meetings, staff meetings, and trainings.

Qualifications may include:

• Ability to physically assist campers in and out of the pool.
• Ability to assist campers with reapplying sunscreen.
• Ability to change soiled clothes as needed.
• Ability to get on the floor to participate and supervise activities.
• Ability to spend your camp day outdoors and walk and travel long distances.
• Ability to move equipment and supplies as required.
• Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
• Willingness and ability to wear a mask for the entirety of the 7-hour camp day, as needed.
• Prior experience working with school-aged children preferred.
• CPR and First Aid certification preferred.
• Able to communicate clearly and effectively with campers, parents, and peers.
• Strong written and spoken language skills.
• Knowledge of typical development in school-aged children.
• Ability to get to and from work each day.
• Recommended COVID-19 vaccination.

Must be available the entire camp season starting on June 20 going through mid-August.

To Apply

To apply, go to:

Email with any questions.

Posted by Bender JCC of Greater Washington on March 24, 2023

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